Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter, right, defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward and the rest of the Bulldogs’ coaching staff will be able to work off-campus satellite camps after the NCAA’s reversal of a three-week-old ban. The Bulldogs are among the programs that see the camps as a key evaluation tool as well as an avenue to greater exposure for high school athletes unable to travel far from home.
Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter, right, defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward and the rest of the Bulldogs’ coaching staff will be able to work off-campus satellite camps after the NCAA’s reversal of a three-week-old ban. The Bulldogs are among the programs that see the camps as a key evaluation tool as well as an avenue to greater exposure for high school athletes unable to travel far from home. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter, right, defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward and the rest of the Bulldogs’ coaching staff will be able to work off-campus satellite camps after the NCAA’s reversal of a three-week-old ban. The Bulldogs are among the programs that see the camps as a key evaluation tool as well as an avenue to greater exposure for high school athletes unable to travel far from home. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

NCAA rescinds satellite football camp ban, and Fresno State breathes a little easier

April 28, 2016 08:05 PM

UPDATED April 28, 2016 09:43 PM

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